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Showing posts from January, 2023

Captain Levi Talked To Armin

At this point, Armin and the others start questioning their actions while Levi tries to justify what was happening.

Upgrading Gitlab Using Linux Package

Gitlab actively updates its products including the Community Edition (CE). The easiest way to install Gitlab CE on a Linux machine is by using the package manager. To add the repository to our system, we can run the following command. sudo apt update curl -s | sudo bash Before we run the upgrade process, we should follow the recommendation of the version order. If not, we may end up breaking our Gitlab service. Upgrading one version to another version far greater may require upgrading from previous versions first, step by step. To check our current Gitlab version, we can visit <OUR_GITLAB_ADDRESS>/help . The upgrade recommendation can be found  HERE . Note, we are also suggested to upgrade our Gitlab regularly for security reasons. We can get the list of available versions HERE . To apply the upgrade on our machine, we can run the following command. sudo apt-get install gitlab-ce=<VERSION_C

Prototypal Inheritance in Javascript

Some programming languages support object-oriented approaches natively by providing a feature to create an object instance based on a class definition. Meanwhile, in Javascript, we know there is  class syntax, but it is just a kind of syntactic sugar that allows us to instantiate an object that can inherit some traits from another object or class definition in a similar fashion to other programming languages. In Javascript, a class is just a function with a  prototype property that maintain traits that can be passed down to other object instance. There are several ways to allow property inheritance in Javascript. Functional In this way, we utilize the Object.create() method built in Javascript. The steps are: Create an object as the prototype provider. Pass the prototype provider to the Object.create() method along with additional properties declaration if needed. For example, const provider = { sum: (a, b) => a + b }; const obj = Object.create( provider